Lee joins Professional Services Council

Lee worked at OFPP, DOD

Deidre “Dee” Lee, a well-known acquisition expert and former top federal official, will join the Professional Services Council June 1, the association announced today.

She will be PSC’s executive vice president of federal affairs and operations. She will help to expand the council's relationship with agencies' acquisition and operational divisions. She also will broaden its policy analysis and advocacy efforts, according to the association.

“Dee is one of those unique leaders with deep knowledge and insight,” said Stan Soloway, president and chief executive officer of PSC. “She brings with her an enviable and exceptional history.”

Lee has worked as the Office of Federal Procurement Policy's administrator, the Defense Department's director of Defense acquisition and procurement policy, a senior acquisition leader at the General Services Administration and NASA, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency's deputy director of management. She is now director of the defense and intelligence business unit at Compusearch, which she joined in 2008.

PSC is a national trade association for the government professional and technical services industry.

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